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“Many of our cult
Indian society has always been a rural and agrarian society even though Urbanisation is growing. According to the 2001 census, 67% of India’s population lives in rural areas. For Indians, agriculture and land is the most important source of production and resources. These people earn their livelihood from agriculture and other related occupation. Agriculture or land is not just a means of livelihood or a means of production or a form of property but it is a way of life. For example - in different regions of India, our New Year festivals has Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam, Baisakhi in Punjab and Ugadi in Karnataka, etc. These festivals are celebrated to celebrate the main harvest season and the beginning of the new agricultural season. Thus, it is clear that “Many of our cultural practices and patterns can be traced to our agrarian backgrounds.”
As there is a close connection between agriculture and culture, cultural practices and patterns vary in different regions of India.
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